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Since 2012, most investors should have known there was "trouble in the mines." Global growth was slowing, and was doing so on a secular scale.
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But not all commodities have kept pace. Coal prices have suffered from the fracking boom, as natural gas inventories rose and prices fell.
A 10 percent decrease in copper prices has once again impacted net income, but not sales, for Memphis-based Mueller Industries Inc. Memphis-based Mueller saw a slight drop in first quarter income to $24.7 million or 44 cents per diluted share.
Carpenter Technology Corp., Wyomissing, Pa., has acquired Amega West Services LLC, a Houston-based manufacturer and service provider of complex components for directional drilling equipment.
Steve Phillips, senior vice president of Fleet Resources, shared with the audience an update about Werner's most recent sustainability progress and initiatives.
Neither insiders nor institutions are bullish on the stock either as these two typically large holders own a combined 1% of the outstanding shares.
The site of the proposed Blue Creek Coal Terminal south of downtown Mobile, Ala.
A New York hedge fund has raised the heat on Cliffs Natural Resources, which owns or manages five regional mines, saying the publicly traded corporation has not worked hard enough to raise its stock value.
The Company plans issue its 2014 first quarter results news release and quarterly report before market open on Thursday, May 1, 2014.
One primar... )--Fitch Ratings today published an updated rating criteria report for Trust Preferred collateralized debt obligations .
Just because Walter Energy and Arch Coal are coal miners doesn't mean they should be treated the same-as Goldman Sachs made clear when it downgraded Walter Energy and upgraded Arch Coal.
Kaiser Aluminum Corp., Foothill Ranch, Calif., will further expand heat treat plate capacity at its Trentwood rolling mill in Spokane, Wash.
The Missouri Public Service Commission will hold hearings in June for the complaint cases filed by Noranda Aluminum, Inc. and 37 individual customers against Union Electric Company d/b/a Ameren Missouri.
You would think that a stock which turned $10,000 into $64,415 over the most recent decade would attract a lot of ink.